Offline code and tools.
Firefox enjoys many of the same content-blocking options as Chrome. The following can be found in the regular privacy settings (about:preferences#privacy):
- cookies / site data;
- location tracking,
- camera and microphone,
- popups and...
Toggl Desktop on Ubuntu 18 27 October 2018
Toggl makes a particular effort to bring its time-tracking platform to a variety of operating systems. This includes a Linux desktop client. As of this writing, the page refers to Ubuntu 16.04, and recommends...
Anbox: A great Android emulator on Linux 26 June 2018
Though based on Linux, Android has diverged a long way. Anbox bridges the divide to allow Linux to run Android applications, much like WINE seeks to do for Windows.
Multi-point maze solver 14 July 2017
It was written as part of a course on...
IO Scope 21 May 2017
The attached files provide a minimum-hardware approach to in-out testing. An Arduino (code configured for SparkFun’s Pro Micro) uses averaged pulse-width modulation to produce a waveform signal fed to the input of a circuit. The...
Controlled Random Search 16 May 2017
The Controlled Random Search (see PDF) is a basic heuristic used in optimization (minimization of multivariable systems). I have implemented graphical interfaces based on it in both Matlab and LabVIEW, each able to identify the...
Chrome content settings 30 November 2014
My extensions (Temporary Content Settings and ShowThisImage) to the Chrome browser deal mostly with content settings, specifically with making it possible to set them as strict as possible while maintaining a fair online...